Hate to Say I Told You So was created in 1999.
"I told you so."
I only know Mandarin so this is how you say it: 我 wo.
Told-told--tolt you-sie-see so-so-so First word is Eneglish, second word is German, third is how to pronounce.
Told you : in non-formal Arabic means : hakeetlk
i think that when people say the world is going to end in 2012 is a bunch of retardes NO ONE CAN PREDICK THIS STATEMENT in the bible it say nothing about 2012 it says that no one will no only god himself people need to understand that they need to stop believing in what every body else thinks and just relax and watch what happens .....cuz when 2012 come and nothing happens just remember this I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO I TOLD U SO ...................
yo te dije
Say you told them so.
Either or, but "psychic who told them" is more proper. The psychic is a person, so 'who' is preferred.
The language of India is not Indian, it is Hindi. To say hello, you would say "namaste", to be simple. Do take note that India has many states, so the languages they speak may vary. Majority of the East Indian people who live near me are from India's state of Gujarat, so instead of "namaste", I was told to say "Jai Shri Krishna". Well, I used to just say "Good morning/afternoon" to my friend's dad until he told me "To greet, say jai shri Krishna". It has some religious significance to them, so that's what I say from now on.
When they say they do or when they say 20 words in a row so they will know AT LEAST 20 words if they do.
Hate to say I told you so by The Hives